The Zero Tolerance 0235 is a stylish slipjoint pocket knife, designed by Jens Anso. This Danish designer is known for his custom models Haddock and Monte Carlo. This Zero Tolerance 235 looks a lot like the 230, but with two important differences: the shape of the blade and a pocket clip.
While the blade of the 230 closely resembles Anso's custom Monte Carlo and Haddock, the 235 has a slightly different shape. Zero Tolerance calls it a droppoint, but we still feel it looks a lot like a sheepsfoot.
You open the Zero Tolerance 0235 with two hands. When opened a detent-slipjoint locks the blade. This knife also contains a halfstop. A slipjoint doesn't really 'lock' the blade, it only offers resistance from accidentally closing. Combined with the two-handed opening you can legally carry the Zero Tolerance 0230 in many countries.
In terms of materials Zero Tolerance outdid itself. The blade is made from top-quality CPM 20CV-steel. An extremely wear resistant type of steel that retains its sharpness well. 20CV is also corrosion resistant. The handle is made from carbon fibre. It radiates quality.
All in all the Zero Tolerance 0235 is a cool and light-weight gentleman's knife, enhanced with the solid Zero Tolerance style.
|Right or left-handed||symmetrical|
|Blade shape||drop point, sheep foot|
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